ASF Detects Escaped Aquaculture Salmon in Bay of Fundy, Posing Great Threat to Wild Salmon

 

Jayna Smith

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In a concerning development, Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) has reported the detection and removal of 46 escaped aquaculture salmon from the Magaguadavic River fishway in southwest New Brunswick since August 1.  This includes the capture of ten fish last week, further underscoring the ongoing risk posed by sea-cage breaches to wild salmon populations in New Brunswick, Maine, and Nova Scotia.

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